Swede to Be Bergman's Third Mate Show Times 4 ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Friday, July 4, 1958 I JONDO.V, July 3 (LTD ; J Screen star Ingrid Berg- Berg- t A J man announced xonay mic plans to marry Swedish busi man Lars Schmidt Miss Bergman, . who expects expects an annulment of her marriage to Italian movie director Roberto Rossellini . in Rome, made the announce- announce- ment shortly before she flew ' to Paris to meet Schmidt, j In Rome, the news was con-, con-, con-, , sidered the latest of a long scries of bitter, personal setbacks setbacks for Rossellini. His Stromboli romance with Miss Bergman, who bore him three children, went on the rocks last year following his return from India, where his name had been linked romantically romantically with that of Indian script writer Sonali Das Gupta. The couple was separated legally last Nov. 7 and annulment annulment proceedings now are underway. In addition, two Italian business yesterday filed bankruptcy bankruptcy petitions against the movie director for his alleged failure to repay a $34,768 note. Miss Bergman planned to spend the weekend in Paris with Schmidt, who has been escorting her around Europe ever since her split with Rossellini. She was expected to return to London Monday to complete her latest movie, . , - i if V - f - i ; J DOWNTOWN MOVItS Leew'e William Holden and Sophie Loren ta "The key." 11, 2:35, 6:10, I 9.V Palace And Griffith in "No Tim : lor Serjeant!,1' 12:2?, 3 35. :50, 10. rarmmoanf fclvia rrctiey m Kinf Creole." 12:30. 3:40, 6 50. 10. Regent "Attack of the Puppet People." 11:35. 2:15, 4:50. 7:30, 10:05, and "Tlie Colowal Beat." Ciaraa Alec Guinnea and William William Holden in "The Brldee on tha River Kwai." 130. 4:10. 7:05. 9:55. f ine Ana "WitneM for the Prosecution." Prosecution." 7:10 and 9 15. Little "Seven Bride for' SeTen Brother!." 1:45. 3:45. 5:45. 7:45, 9:45. NEIGHBORHOODS I Inrnla Italian filmi. I yell "Around the World la SO Davv" Rialte, E. Roch. "Scared Stiff and "Forest Ranfteri." Warim "Around tht World la 0 Davv" Webster "Mr. Robetti" and "Battle "Battle Cry." World "The Vampire" and "The Violator!." DRIVE-ENS DRIVE-ENS DRIVE-ENS Central "The Pride and the Pis-lion" Pis-lion" Pis-lion" and "Sad Sack." Empire "Merry Andrew" 'Toward 'Toward the Unknown" and "Column "South." Lake Shore and Washington "Perri" and "Gunsmoke." North Park "Pal Joey" and "Utah Blaine." Rochester "Three Facei of Eva" and "Deep Six." Starllte "Tarnished Angela" and 'Long, Long Trailer." THEY'LL MARRY Ingrid Bergman and Lars Schmidt were in Gothenburg, Sweden, when picture was taken last March. (AP) "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness." Happiness." The planned wedding would be her third attempt at finding happiness in marriage. marriage. Chamber Orchestra in Varied Works' By HARVEY SOUTHGATE J THE EASTMAN Chamber Orchestra gave another of - its well balanced programs, ', designed for pleasant summer glistening, last night in Kil-; Kil-; Kil-; bourn Hall, Frederick Fennell ; conducting. It was the second of the season's series, and the I audience, if not quite as large I as the one at the opener last week, was as quick to recog-i recog-i recog-i nize the superior caliber of this small orchestra reduced last night to about 22-players 22-players 22-players jr( in which each member be-i'comes be-i'comes be-i'comes in a sense a soloist, carrying an individual respon-i respon-i respon-i sibility in the total sound. No chance here to cover up un-' un-' un-' der weight of numbers. V The audience left the hall with the melodies of Mozart's No. 36 Symphony providing a happy last impression. Mozart's Mozart's symphonies have a ma- ma- ' gic quality of sounding equal-ly equal-ly equal-ly well with either large or small orchestra. One advan- advan- tage in hearing them per-" per-" per-" formed by a chamber orchestra orchestra is that one can catch at close range the aristocratic elegance elegance of the Mozart themes, the unfailing flow of melodic ideas, the skill in giving each instrument a special part in the texture of the music. A THE NO. 36 SYMPHONY (Linz) is said to have been written in less than a week as Mozart hastened to put together, a program for the theater in - Linz. He was only 27, still borrowing ideas from other composers, then 1 employing them in his own way. The No. 36 has marked . suggestions of Haydn in its 'rhythms and structure, at the same time it is real Mozart, cheerful, delightfully melodi- melodi- ' ous, with true classic distinction. distinction. The performance, if a little self conscious in details at times, brought out the rare flavor of the work and was rewarded with long drawn out applause. The Brandenburg No. 1 Concerto was likewise a sheer . delight. One may prefer one or another of the six gems that make up the Brandenburg Brandenburg series and still conecede that each has its special charm. The No. 1 is exuberant, irresistibly "dancy," with gay moments sobering down to a lovely adagio and ending with a menuetto of grace and beauty. The work went with great zest and won a special acknowledgment for Mr.Secon and Mr. Schweikert for their French horns. QNE OF the less remembered remembered works of Dr. Howard Hanson is the music from the Forest Play, "The Soul of Sequoia " which dates back thirty years or more. Last night the orchestra played the prelude and ballet from this really charming poetic work, in which suggestions of old American tunes glint through a broad pattern of pastoral color. ' The program opened with the "Capriol" music of Peter Warlock, modern English composer, consisting of six short, interesting movements, and included the seldom heard "Italian Serenade" of Hugo Wolf, transcribed by Max Reger. 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